I (a Japanese speaker) have been editing a mathematical coterie magazine which will be distributed in a school (university) festival.
My question is below;
1. How should I, as an editor, call the collected "manuscripts" from writers?---"manuscripts" or "articles"?
I'm confused because once papers through proofreading and have been published, the papers become "an article", but "manuscript" also has a meaning "a completed (yet first) version of papers" (cf. Collin's Dictionary) and also "article" is used like "write an article (not completed)".
2. For a "manuscript" becoming to be an "article", proofreading must be needed? Or when should I use "manuscript", not "article" (of course vice versa)?
Thank you so much for your help.